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Preface: And property for all?

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Law and the new normal: reimagining property

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Criminalising property

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Liberating property

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Property bonded

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Property resisted

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Re-embedding original property through repositioned law

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Property as the social

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

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Law's Regulatory Relevance?

Property, Power and Market Economies

Mark Findlay

Law’s Regulatory Relevance? theorises how the law should reposition itself in order to help rather than hinder new pathways of market power, by confronting the dominant neo-liberal economic model that values property through scarcity. With in-depth analysis of empirical case studies, the author explores how law is returning to its communal utility in strengthening social ties, which will in turn restore property as social relations rather than market commodities. In a world of contested narratives about property, valuing law needs to ground its inherent regulatory relevance in the ordering of social change.
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Mark Findlay